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Learning that your child has cerebral palsy can be devastating news. Yet, by educating yourself, including learning about treatment options and how to help manage the disorder, your child can still live a productive life.
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder that affects a child’s movement, motor skills, and muscle tone. In most cases, cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage that develops while the baby is still in utero or during or shortly after birth.
Cerebral palsy is a congenital disorder, affecting around 500,000 in the U.S. There is currently no cure for cerebral, but there are numerous treatment options that can help babies and children live quality lives that turn into successful adult lives.
Unfortunately, cerebral palsy can lead a number of other medical conditions, depending on the severity of the disorder.

PLEASE SEE Cerebral Palsy Guidance Website


Mesothelioma Symptoms
One of the most frustrating aspects of mesothelioma is that the cancer can hide inside your body for decades without showing any kind of outward sign. For all intents and purposes you may appear to be healthy while actually harboring the condition, and as it invisibly grows and gains strength it becomes more and more difficult to treat.
The symptoms of this type of cancer are an important part of why mesothelioma is so difficult to treat. In order to have the best prognosis and for treatment to be successful, it is important that people at risk for mesothelioma know the signs and symptoms and carefully watch for them. Don’t let the symptoms be mistaken or anything else and if you feel your doctor isn’t taking your symptoms or concerns seriously enough, it may be time to seek a second opinion.
PLEASE SEE Mesothelioma Website
 
 

 
 

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